The Eleventh British Machine Vision Conference
University of Bristol
11-14 September 2000

Full registration for BMVC2000 includes:

Accommodation (standard and en-suite) will be in Hiatt Baker and Durdham Halls on the University of Bristol's Accommodation Campus, which is a short bus ride to the Chemistry Building in the main academic campus where the conference will take place. Coaches will be provided for all journeys to and from the Halls. Please note that Car-parking is free at the Halls of Residence. Non-residential registration is also available.

Please consult the How to get here? pages to plan your arrival.

The tutorial on "Probabilistic Inference and Learning in Computer Vision" to be given by Prof. Andrew Blake on the afternoon of Monday 11th September is subject to an additional charge of  ?40.00, but free to full time students. A number of student bursaries are available to full time students presenting a paper at BMVC2000.

The registration cost will automatically include the cost of British Machine Vision Association membership for the year 2001.

If you require bed and breakfast accommodation for the nights of Sunday 10th or Thursday 14th September, or have any special requirements, please contact Ann Prowse (see below).

The registration form is available as a Word , Postscript or HTML document (this is tuned towards Netscape and may appear unformatted under Microsoft Explorer). To register for BMVC2000, download and complete the form and depending on your method of payment, either post, fax or e-mail it to:

Mrs. Ann Prowse
BMVC2000 Secretariat
University of Bristol,
Department of Computer Science,
Merchant Venturers Building,
Woodland Road,
Bristol BS8 1UB,
United Kingdom
Tel:   0117 954 5130    Fax: 0117 954 5208

M. Mirmehdi, Last modified February 2000. © 2000 University of Bristol